Warriors sign undrafted rookie Trevion Williams to Exhibit 10 deal
While the free agent market is in the doldrums, the Golden State Warriors are getting active
After bringing in players like Mac McClung and JaMychal Green before training camp, the Warriors have reportedly added an undrafted rookie to the roster.
According to Shams Charania of The Athletic, the Warriors have agreed to a contract with Trevion Williams.
The former Purdue center's deal with the Warriors will be an Exhibit 10 deal, per Charania.
The 21-year-old big man spent four years with the Boilermakers in West Lafayette, averaging 10.8 points on 53.1% shooting from the field with 7.0 rebounds in 130 career games.
After going undrafted, Williams spent the summer league with the Boston Celtics
In five games with Boston in Las Vegas, the 6-foot-10 center averaged 7.4 points on 45.7% shooting with 6.6 rebounds in 14.2 minutes per game.
Williams will now have a chance to fight for a roster spot in Golden State during training camp
Williams will have a chance to add to the Warriors' frontcourt alongside veteran Kevon Looney and third-year big James Wiseman.
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